Einstein and the Bomb, upcoming British feature documentary, directed by Anthony Philipson to release on Netflix on 16 February 2024

Einstein and the Bomb, the upcoming British feature documentary film is scheduled to premiere on Netflix this Friday, 16 February 2024. Anthony Philipson has directed the film and the writer for the film is Philip Ralph. The film is now listed on Netflix’s ‘New Upcoming’ section with a ‘Remind Me’ button, which you can activate to be notified when the film is available for streaming on the platform.

The docudrama is produced by BBC Studios and it will explore Albert Einstein’s relationship with Hitler. The film will also explore aspects like Einstein fleeing Germany and the invention of the atomic bomb.

BBC Studios recently shared the first look of the film on their official Instagram page. You can have a look at the first look here.


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The documentary is also commissioned by Netflix.

Premise: The film will primarily explore what happened after Einstein fled Nazi Germany. It will feature archival footage and Einstein’s own words. The docudrama solely aims at diving in to the mind of a tortured genius.

Cast: The docudrama features Aidan McArdle, Andrew Havill, Rachel Barry, Helena Westerman, Leo Ashizawa, Jay Lewis Mitchell, Simon Markey, James Musgrave and Simon Haines.

As listed in IMDB, the producers involved in the production of the series are Andrew Cohen, Anne Mensah, and James Van Der Pool.

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